Fast food businesses rely on the premise of providing highly accessible, affordable and quality food to a society who are time poor, and ensuring that their product is chosen among a myriad of alternatives. It is the focus of every fast food business owner and manager to control their wage to costs ratio, requiring data and control at their fingertips.
There is no fat in a fast food business to be tripped up by compliance issues, especially when ignorance is not a defence. Typically the domain of young workers, providing confidence to both them and their parents regarding employment conditions and rates of pay reduces unnecessary confrontation and administrative work.
Employment Innovations has proven industry solutions that combine payroll, human resources, compliance and HR software under our unique workforce management solution, enabling you to offload time-consuming tasks and focus on your customer service.
The team at EI are passionate about making employment easier for fast food businesses across Australia.
INDUSTRY PROVEN TOOLS
We work with a number of different rostering, time and attendance platforms designed for fast food employers that can be integrated with our HR and payroll solutions.
We employ over 1,000 fast food workers under our workforce management solution in over 100 fast food outlets around Australia.
THE COMPLETE SOLUTION
The secret to growing a great fast food business is simplicity and we can offer a broad range of services under one roof.
LATEST FAST FOOD NEWS
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This year, Australia Day falls on a Saturday, which means all States and Territories will be observing the public holiday on Monday 28th of January. If your business is open on Saturday 26th January, employees should be paid their normal Saturday rates, and public...
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